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LocalBitcoins.com announces that there will be a mobile app this year

May 23, 2020

A Representatives from the LocalBitcoins support team for Latin America reported that the renowned P2P Bitcoin exchange platform will introduce a mobile application, a tool that has been requested several times by users of this well-known global market.

“We already have plans to launch the application, as it was only the online site without a mobile version. But yes, wait for the official LocalBitcoins app this year. “Diana Rodríguez, who represented the Finnish company in an interactive webinar organized by Satoshi in Venezuela, pointed this out at the end of her speech.

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LocalBitcoins.com announces that there will be a mobile app this year
LocalBitcoins.com announces that there will be a mobile app this year

During the activity, the event host, Javier Bastardo, posted information about the company that was sent directly from its representatives. This presentation mainly consisted of information about the company’s goal in the region, the most important markets on the continent and the concept about the practices of knowing your customers (KYC). According to these data, Venezuela and Colombia are the main markets in the region.

According to this, more than 25,000 trades are processed daily via the platform, with more than 4,500 new users registering daily in the more than 100 countries in which they operate worldwide.

It is the first time that LocalBitcoins.com is directly participating in such an activity with the Spanish-speaking communityThis shows the real interest of the company in this market with a very lively economic activity, mainly in Venezuela.

In the activity, users could ask Rodríguez questions directly. Many focused on fraud and the problems the platform posed to reduce this scourge.

According to Rodríguez, the company learns mainly from reports from its users. Therefore, the main way they can improve LocalBitcoins.com prevention is by directly reporting the methods that malicious users follow.